Apologies if Kinja is doing the double-image thing.

It began in 2012 with the stepped noses in F1 and the new IndyCar that looked like it was wearing a diaper.

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Though to be fair, the Indy Racing League and IndyCar never had a good looking car until 2018, when they finally realized they needed to copy CART’s style.

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F1 calmed down after 2012 but when they widened the cars in 2017 they forgot to hold down shift as they clicked and dragged and now they’re longer than a school bus.

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Add in the insane amounts of rake angle, the Halo, and all the tiny little aero bits that look like a carbon fiber jet engine exploded nearby and embedded its compressor blades into the car, and it keeps getting worse.

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Sports cars and prototypes have at least gotten better. Grand-Am/IMSA traded the unspeakably ugly Daytona Prototypes of the 2000's for the low-budget Group-C replicas in 2012 and the current LMP2+ formula looks awesome. WEC/ELMS cars always looked pretty good but I prefer the looks of the closed-cockpit prototypes they’ve been using this decade.

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Is it just me that has this opinion or is it more widespread?